Excellent critique of the structural position of unions, work, and unwaged labour from a feminist perspective. By Selma James (1972).
An influential pamphlet by Mariarosa Dalla Costa and Selma James in 1972 that used a feminist reading of Marx to challenge Left orthodoxy on the role of women, their labour and their struggles.
How capitalism and the Left have mystified the real relationships between these categories.
American feminist and libertarian socialist, widow of CLR James and founder of the International Wages for Housework Campaign.
Our series on sleep continues with a piece by Gayge Operaista discussing divisions and oppression within the working class.
A critical account of the 2008 Unison national delegate conference by libcom group member Steven Johns, analysing how the union's bureaucracy systematically attempts to remove control of the...
In the 1960s and 70s, Latino youths in New York City organized themselves into the Young Lords Party. Like the Black Panthers, this organization practiced direct action, rejected pacifism and...
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